I'm a photographer and artist based in New York City. Photography is as undoubtably my vocation as it is my spiritual guide. My camera is a tool by which I attempt to interpret the truths that light reveals to me and to share those truths with whoever might desire to look.
With ten years of wedding photography experience behind me, I've developed a sense for capturing the essence, rhythm and energy of every wedding I photograph. My goal is to capture a wedding day as it naturally unfolds. To tell your story in pictures - no posing, no shot list. I'm fiercely dedicated to covering all the big moments and expressive details that punctuate the day, but for me, the magic and joy of photography has always been in the surprises. I revel in the unexpected, in the moments and gestures that happen organically, moments that can never be predicted, nor replicated. These moments play out on the stage of a wedding day waiting to be captured.
My photography evolved quite naturally out of the joy of playing dress up with my sisters. I feel very at home behind a camera. I think my portrait photography reflects that sense of intimacy. Taking someone's picture is like giving them a gift where you just hope so badly that you've gotten them something they'll really like. I'm always seeking your good side.
Yoga entered my life in 2010 in the form of an aerial silk. My body responded to the pressure of the silks, and my mind surrendered to the power of gravity. Over the following years, yoga in all its varieties became the center stone of my life healing me body and soul. By 2014, I felt compelled to pass on the lessons in healing to others. Today I teach Unnata Aerial Yoga™ at Sacred Sounds in Greenwich Village. My focus is on using the breath to create a sustained meditative state for the duration of class.
Aerial Yoga is great for students of all levels. I'd love to see you in class :)
Carey is a wedding and portrait photographer based in New York City. Photography is as undoubtably her vocation as it is her spiritual guide. Her camera is a tool by which she attempts to interpret the truths that light reveals to her.